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Wigging Out

It sounds silly, but we all wonder: Would changing my hair change my life?

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  • "Whoa," said male friend number one when I arrived at the restaurant. He took in my hair. Then he changed the subject. Whoa on its own is always a bad sign. Sliding into a seat at the center of the table, I greeted the rest of my friends (to a chorus of similar whoas) and flagged down a waiter. "Frozen piña colada with an extra shot of rum," I requested, smiling. And with that, it was official: Molly was gone, and in her place was Fun Girl.

    Fun Girl ordered wings for the table and insisted that everyone order high-proof slushy drinks. She made a duck face in photos, flirted with the waiter, did funny voices when she told stories, and talked way louder than everyone else—but that was okay, because she had so many fun things to say! Fun Girl put away 24 ounces of piña colada and couldn't help but ask herself, at the end of the night, whether this was what it felt like to be charismatic. Were there people who felt this way all the time? And if so, was blond hair the secret to becoming one of them?

Wigging Out
It sounds silly, but we all wonder: Would changing my hair change my life?
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